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Waters partners with multi-national disease researchers

Stephanie Meagher |

Milford's Waters Corp. has announced a partnership with an international group seeking to examine the intersection of genes and environment when determining who gets diseases such as cancer and...

Massachusetts exporters brace for Trump presidency impacts

Laura Finaldi |

In the wake of Donald Trump's election night win, manufacturing companies are bracing to see how the president-elect's positions on trade will affect exporting in Central Massachusetts.

TJX sales up 7%; profits down 6%

Sam Bonacci |

Sales and profits took a different direction in the latest earnings report from Framingham's TJX, with sales growing by 7 percent and net income declining by 6.3 percent year-over-year for the third...

Ameresco adds new director from England

Framingham energy services company Ameresco, Inc. announced Friday it has added a new member to its board of directors.

Brazilian drug testing jumps Psychemedics profits 240%

Laura Finaldi |

Thanks to growth in the Brazilian market, employment drug testing company Psychemedics reported a 240-percent increase in net income over the same period last year.

Fitchburg's SDI signs master distribution agreement

Sam Bonacci |

Security Devices International Inc. of Fitchburg announced Thursday the signing of a master distribution agreement with Tac Wear Inc., and a new board member.

SeaChange secures Quebec cable TV deal

Acton media company SeaChange International, Inc. on Monday announced it finalized a deal with Canada's Cogeco Connexion to stream on-demand television service on SeaChange's platform.

Baker leading trade trip to Israel


Gov. Charlie Baker will lead a trade mission of about a dozen state government officials and 40 private sector representatives to Israel in December.

Manufacturer secures space for $8M expansion

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester-based Curtis Industries has signed a 163,000 square-foot lease that will serve as the jumping-off point for an $8 million expansion for the manufacturer.

Merger enhances Canada's role in Mass. energy puzzle


Houston-based Spectra Energy, which is pushing a controversial pipeline project in Massachusetts, expects to merge with a Canadian company, to create "the largest energy infrastructure company in...

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